A Lone Stand Against Conformity

A Lone Stand Against Conformity

In winter, a lone dandelion blooms,
Defying aged rules of conformity.
The other flowers, still yet seed,
Scorn their brother and call him weed.
How dare you be different?
How dare you be free?
But despite the ridicule of his fellows,
The dandelion continues on:
First growing leaves, then becoming tall,
Next forming spores that soon will fall.
How dare you be different?
How dare you be free?
Days after spring touched
Our early blooming Flower-friend,
A breeze did return spores to the earth
For yet another winter’s early birth.
How dare you be different?
How dare you be free
While the rest of us are trapped
In unending conformity?

Anything for love

Anything for love
I will cross mountains for your smile
I can sell my soul to see you again
There is a music in the air as you come
The world will end when you leave
I will make any sacrifice
For one soft touch of yours
I pray the day shouldn`t end
When I am with you on the phone
I look at mirror every minute
When I am going to see you
I forget everything I wanted to say
When you slowly walk in
Nothing seems to matter and
My world is all about you
I would do anything to see
You in my arms forever